Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Photography Gallery

Sandstone Canyon Walls
Large Sandstone Alcove
Trail in Cockscomb Canyon
Geologic Abstract
Highway 12 in Southern Utah
Storms Over Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Lower Calf Creek Falls
Storms over Calf Creek Canyon
Highway 12 in Southern Utah
Eroded Hills in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Paria River in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Desert Sandstone Hills
Grovesnor Arch
Grovesnor Arch
Grovesnor Arch
Highway 12 in Southern Utah
Burr Trail Badlands Abstract
Burr Trail Badlands Abstract
Badlands Along the Burr Trail
Highway 12 in Southern Utah
Calf Creek Canyon
Hiker at Upper Calf Creek Falls
Hiker at Upper Calf Creek Falls
Hiker at Upper Calf Creek Falls
Basalt Boulders on Sandstone
Snow on Sandstone
Night Sky Above Southern Utah
Night Sky Above Juniper Tree
Night Sky Above Kaiparowits Plateau
Night Sky Above Grand Staircase
Sunset Rain Showers
Sunset Storm Clouds
Sunset Storm Clouds
Sunset Storm Clouds
Sunset Storm Clouds over Canyons
Rainbow Near Grosvenor Arch
Tourist Visiting Grosvenor Arch
Grosvenor Arch
Grosvenor Arch
Night Sky Above Grand Staircase
Night Sky Above Grand Staircase
Night Sky Above Grand Staircase
Night Sky Above Grand Staircase
Hiker in Sandstone Alcove
Hiker in Sandstone Alcove
Destructive Graffiti on Petroglyphs
Escalante River
Escalante River
Light Reflecting on the Escalante River
Escalante River

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Information

In one of the most remote areas of Utah, and even the entire United States, is one of outdoor enthusiasts' most beloved protected areas: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The region offers virtually unlimited hiking and backpacking opportunities in unparalleled high desert environments. Thanks to the unique geology of the Colorado Plateau, it offers endless surprises and features for anyone willing to venture off the roads. Features like Upper and Lower Calf Creek Falls and the scenic and remote drive along the Burr Trail only begin to scratch the surface of what's hiding behind the endless sandstone formations.

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